Learn about the life of St. Paul and visit the places in Rome associated with his life and death, accompanied by both a fully licensed private guide and private driver.
Rome was one of the most important cities in the life of St Paul and he visited the city on a number of occasions and was even imprisoned there in the Mamertine Prison before his execution. We have licensed guides who are experts in Rome's religious history. If you are looking to learn more about how Rome shaped the life of St Paul, and vice versa, RPG offers the chance to book a 4 hour St. Paul private tour in Rome.
Choose our St. Paul Private Tour in Rome and follow in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul of Tarso. St Paul was one of Jesus’ twelve apostles and had a particularly strong relationship with Rome throughout his life. As you embark on your discovery of the life of St Paul, our fully licensed, private guide will take you to the Mamertine prison where once, according to Christian tradition, St. Peter and St. Paul were kept prisoners before being killed under Nero’s empire.
Next on the itinerary of your St Paul private tour in Rome, you will proceed to the ancient church called St. Paul alla Regola. In this church you can visit the room where St. Paul wrote part of his letters to Rome. Today this room has been transformed into a chapel. Your religious experience with our St. Paul Private Tour in Rome will bring you to the Abbey of the Three Fountains, once called the “ Acqua Salvia” and to the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, where the tomb of the apostle is located. This is sure to be a poignant moment in the life of any Christian.
During your St Paul private tour in Rome, you and your private guide will be accompanied by a private driver with car or minivan at disposal for the full 4 hours of the tour to take you from one place to another, removing any hassle. Having a private guide, you can focus on the areas of St Paul’s life which interest you the most and will really get the chance to learn about this extraordinary man and has time in Rome. For those who would like to really go in depth on the life of St Paul and spend a bit longer at the sites we suggest adding an extra hour so that you are not rushed and can ask the guide all the questions you’re sure to have.
In the lobby of your hotel in Rome city center
Skip the line tickets: N/A tickets for Mammertine Prison to pay on site
DRESS CODE: in order to enter religious sites, such as Churches, every participant must make sure they cover their shoulders and knees.
We also suggest you wear comfortable shoes, as a moderate amount of walking is involved in this tour.
Please note that the order of the visits depends on the opening times of the churches